PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS RECFP-CT Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults

Courses and Descriptions

PRAC-1025Field Work - Community

Theory: You will integrate the concepts learned during the Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults program with your own experiences in service settings.
Practice: You will put all skill area theories into practice, with particular emphasis on group program planning in community based settings.


Students must submit the following official documents PRIOR to registering for their field work(s).

- Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector Check (PICVS)

- Adult Abuse Registry Check (AARC)

- Provincial Child Abuse Registry Check (PCAR)

These checks must be done within 6 months of attending the field work(s).

Original documents must be submitted. For additional information please go to: Police Information Check

Please contact the Educational Assistant at or 204-631-3367 for further information.

Entrance Requirements

All theory courses in the Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults program, with a minimum mark of C+.

Originals of all three record checks (PICVS, AARC, PCAR) must be submitted prior to registration.

Other Course Prerequisites

All theory courses.

Textbooks and Booklists

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